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Dynamo Dresden supports the war-fled Ukrainian footballer Kyrylo Melichenko from FK Mariupol. The second division organized for the 21-year-old right-back a flight to Dresden, worried a housing option and an interpreter for public authorities. On Friday, Melichenko then trained with Dynamo for the first time, if only individually with co-coach Heiko Scholz and athletic coach Matthias Grahé. This was announced by the club. Melichenko adheres to Dynamo only fit, is not a trial player and is not used. By the end of the season, Melichenko was regular at the Ukrainian first division mariupol. The venue and the training ground of his club are almost completely destroyed. The port city of Mariupol is one of the strongest regions of Ukraine affected by the war